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1. 4. 2. 1. 2. 3. 3. Grade D – Sample Space Diagrams. A) Draw a sample space diagram, listing all the possible outcomes. B) What is the probability that both land on a 2? C) What is the probability that both land on an odd number?

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Grade D – Sample Space Diagrams

A)Draw a sample space diagram, listing all the possible outcomes.

B)What is the probability that both land on a 2?

C)What is the probability that both land on an odd number?

D)What is the probability that the total of the two spinners is 5?

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There are 2 dice. One normal dice and one numbered with the consecutive even numbers.

What is the probability that the total of the 2 dice is a prime number?


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Grade D – Sample Space Diagrams

A)Draw a sample space diagram, listing all the possible outcomes.

B)What is the probability that both land on a 2?

C)What is the probability that both land on an odd number?

D)What is the probability that the total of the two spinners is 5?

1/12

4/12= 1/3

3/12= 1/4

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2 dice are thrown. One is a normal dice and one is numbered with consecutive even numbers. They are added. What is the probability that the total of the 2 dice is a prime number?

13/36


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